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well built

 

accurate

 

huge shot count

 

but, heavy

 

classic hunting rifle

 

atb

 

sean

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what do you think about the rapid 7 mk 1???

excellent gun,looks a bit square with all the modern sleaker guns,but great hunting air rifle,i have had the mk1..mk2..mfr..all have been great guns,got a airwolf in .177 at the moment,,

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what do you think about the rapid 7 mk 1???

excellent gun,looks a bit square with all the modern sleaker guns,but great hunting air rifle,i have had the mk1..mk2..mfr..all have been great guns,got a airwolf in .177 at the moment,,

 

 

i would love to have a air wolf they look class and never heard a bad word about them. im shooting a BSA superten bullbarrell at the moment but have always fancied a rapid

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what do you think about the rapid 7 mk 1???

excellent gun,looks a bit square with all the modern sleaker guns,but great hunting air rifle,i have had the mk1..mk2..mfr..all have been great guns,got a airwolf in .177 at the moment,,

 

 

i would love to have a air wolf they look class and never heard a bad word about them. im shooting a BSA superten bullbarrell at the moment but have always fancied a rapid

at the moment its awesome,i tried quite a few pellets to find out that bisley magnums were the ones the airwolf favoured,very accurate,i have got a weirach silencer fitted to it as well so its very quiet,just got rid of a mk2 rapid with a cs800 stock,,nice bit of kit again deadly accurate,but the airwolf seems a better gun in quality and looks,the trigger is so light its unbelievable,but who knows,time will tell?

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what do you think about the rapid 7 mk 1???

 

My mate has a Rapid 12 and it blows me away everytime. Absolutely awesome. I think you need a Daystate to compete with it

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